There are few more beautiful places in Rhode Island to watch the sun rise than from the cliffs high above the confluence of Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic Ocean at Ft. Wetherill on the southeastern edge of Conanicut Island, or what you politicos might know better as Jamestown.
Since I happened to find myself in southern Rhode Island this morning, I decided to watch the new day come into being at one of my favorite spots in the Ocean State. Here are some of the pictures I tweeted out while I was there.
Here’s some more examples of the coastal photojournalism I’ve done on Rhode Island using my iPhone, Twitter and Storify over the last year or so.
Here’s my Fourth of July bike trip around Block Island.
A few weeks later, I took a kayak trip to Dutch Island.
Here’s a look at Greenwich Cove in June.
And this one is from a bike trek around Jamestown from September of 2011.